We begin to realize how uncertain life may be during the adolescent years. The optimum moment in our lives to develop, learn, comprehend, and accomplish our objectives is while we are young.
On this National Youth Day, here are a few Bollywood films that pay tribute to our nation’s youth and authentically capture their perplexity and resolve.
Wake Up Sid
The son of a wealthy businessman, Sid (Ranbir Kapoor) declines to join his father’s company and forge his own path in life. He meets Aisha, a journalist who recently arrived to Mumbai, while looking for work. After moving into Aisha’s apartment, Sid quickly finds work as a photographer and their friendship grows into something more.
Rancho, Farhan, and Raju are three college mates who are studying engineering together in the film starring Aamir Khan. Farhan is interested about wildlife photography but is too shy to tell his father about it, Ranchi is against mugging up and prefers to learn by hands-on experiences, and Raju is so fearful of failure that he never succeeds after all
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
As a bachelor celebration for Kabir, three boyhood friends—Arjun, Kabir, and Imran—take a road trip to Spain. After a protracted period of time following Imran and Arjun’s disagreements, the three of them come together. Along with strengthening their relationship, the journey helps them reconnect with themselves.
The film, starring Kangana Ranaut, tells the tale of Rani, a girl from Delhi whose fiancé ended their engagement one day before their wedding. Despite her extreme disappointment, she decides to travel alone for her honeymoon. She returns from that place having learned a great deal about herself.